1. Nehls, V., Drenckhahn, D. Heterogeneity of microvascular pericytes for smooth muscle type alpha-actin. J. Cell Biol. 113: 147-154 (1991)
  2. Nehls, V., Drenckhahn, D. Demonstration of actin filament stress fibers in microvascular endothelial cells in situ. Microvasc. Res. 42: 103-112 (1991)
  3. Nehls, V., Drenckhahn, D., Joshi, R., Bennett, V. Adducin in erythrocyte precursor cells of rats and humans: expression and compartmentalization. Blood 78: 1692-1696 (1991)
  4. Nehls, V., Denzer, K., Drenckhahn, D. Pericyte involvement in capillary sprouting during angiogenesis in situ. Cell Tiss. Res. 270: 469-474 (1992)
  5. Nehls, V., Drenckhahn, D. The versatility of microvascular pericytes: from mesenchyme to smooth muscle ? Histochemistry 99: 1-12 (1993)
  6. Nehls, V., Zeitler-Zapf, P., Drenckhahn, D. Differential sequences of expression of band 3, spectrin, and ankyrin during normal erythropoiesis and erythroleukemia. Am. J. Pathol. 142: 1565-1573 (1993)
  7. Nehls, V., Schuchardt, E., Drenckhahn, D. The effect of fibroblasts, vascular smooth muscle cells, and pericytes on sprout formation of endothelial cells in a fibrin gel angiogenesis system. Microvasc. Res. 48: 349-363 (1994)
  8. Nehls, V., Drenckhahn, D. A novel, microcarrier-based in vitro assay for rapid and reliable quantification of three-dimensional cell migration and angiogenesis. Microvasc. Res. 50: 311-322 (1995)
  9. Nehls, V., Drenckhahn, D. A microcarrier-based cocultivation system for the investigation of factors and cells involved in angiogenesis in three-dimensional fibrin matrices in vitro. Histochem. Cell Biol. 104: 459-466 (1995)
  10. Stein, J., Drenckhahn, D., Nehls, V. Development of pericyte-like cells during angiogenesis in quail chick chimeras as detected by combined Feulgen reaction and immunohistochemistry. Anat. Anz. 178: 153-158 (1996)
  11. Nehls, V., Herrmann, R. The configuration of fibrin clots determines capillary morphogenesis and endothelial cell migration. Microvasc. Res. 51: 347-364 (1996)
  12. Nehls, V. Herrmann, R., Hühnken, M. Guided migration as a novel mechanism of capillary network remodeling is regulated by basic fibroblast growth factor. Histochem. Cell Biol. 109: 319-329 (1998)
  13. Mönks, D, Lange, V., Silber, RE, Markert, T., Walter, U., Nehls, V. Expression of cGMP-dependent protein kinase I and its substrate VASP in neointimal cells of the injured rat carotid artery. Eur. J. Clin. Invest. 28: 416-423 (1998)
  14. Nehls, V., Herrmann, R., Hühnken, M., Palmetshofer, A. Contact-dependent inhibition of angiogenesis by cardiac fibroblasts in three-dimensional fibrin gels in vitro: implications for microvascular network remodeling and coronary collateral formation. Cell Tiss. Res. 293: 479-488 (1998)
  15. Hayen, W., Goebeler, M., Kumar, S., Riessen, R, Nehls, V. Hyaluronan stimulates tumor cell migration by modulating the fibrin fiber architecture. J. Cell Sci. 112: 2241-2251 (1999)
  16. Palmetshofer, A., Robson, S.C., Nehls, V. Lysophosphatidic acid activates nuclear factor kappa B and induces proinflammatory gene expression in endothelial cells. Thromb. Haemostas. 82: 1532-1537 (1999)
  17. Firsching-Hauck, A., Nickel, P., Yahya, C., Wandt, C., Kulik, R., Simon, N., Zink, M., Nehls, V., Allolio, B. Angiostatic effects of suramin analogs in vitro. Anticancer Drugs 11: 69-77 (2000)
  18. Nehls, V., Hayen, W. Are hyaluronan receptors involved in three-dimensional cell migration ? Histol. Histopathol. 15: 629-636 (2000)
  19. von Bülow, C., Hayen, W., Hartmann, A., Mueller-Klieser, W., Allolio, B., Nehls, V. Endothelial capillaries chemotactically attract tumour cells. J. Pathol. 193: 367-376 (2001)

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